Referred to as the history of the Deep State. The Illusion of Democracy is a more accurate historical accounting of the United States since the coup of 1963, when President Kennedy was executed in Dealey Plaza by the Operation 40 assassination squad. This sequel focuses on the big picture. It explains Hegelian Dialectic Principles of how our puppet masters create conflict to increase their wealth and power. The book connects the dots of all major false flag events to prove this massive deception was intentionally engineered, and that we the people have been subjugated through indentured servitude into a feudal system controlled by wealthy oligarchs.
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An enlightening peek behind the curtain
I set aside some time to read this today. I think Mr. Mennitti and I must be long lost brothers after having read the content on his Twitter page, which, I was taken aback, reads like the contents of my own day to day thoughts! Having a look through this book today makes me want to have a conversation with him about his personal take on certain issues, such as Waco (which springs to mind after having read the Waco segment in this book). Now, I was watching live - I mean LIVE, unedited, public access TV back at the time of the siege when the events were still unfolding and I have a clear recollection of a white (UN color) M113 pouring napalm onto the compound and wondering why the hell they would torch the place when there were known to be children inside. After the fact, lo and behold, it is stated in the "official" version of events that the Branch Davidians themselves flamed the compound...
Another issue I'd like to discuss is the fact that Senator McCarthy was most assuredly onto something when he initiated his unamerican activities inquiries, yet the already Marxist-slanted American media was instrumental in orchestrating public opinion against him and continues sporadically to besmirch his name to the best of it's ability. This is because McCarthy was essentially hunting Zionist operatives but he couldn't actually come out and publicly say so because the media itself was riddled with them. The ADL was instrumental in organising massive opposition against McCarthy's effort to expose "communism" in the US, and that's why. (But there's a subject which could fill a whole book...)
Anyway I think Mr. Mennitti's book succeeds well at being a great primer for American post-WWII insider politics.
Remember that "conspiracy theorist" is a label now being employed by the media to besmirch and silence shrewd observers of insider antics in the same way that the label "fringe science" is used in the academic world to assassinate data which is inconvenient and embarrassing to the establishment's policy of imposing unscientific assumptions upon the reality of human history.
If there are those who would call Mr. Mennitti a "conspiracy theorist", therefore, then let him wear the brand as a badge of honor, as I do.